Jan 5th 2022 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

UTSA is inviting vendors to attend a virtual pre-submittal conference at 9 a.m. December 21 for architectural and engineering services for a new Basketball and Volleyball Training Facility (BVTF) to support the teams’ entry into the American Athletic Conference in Division 1. The BVTF will be located adjacent to the recently completed Roadrunner Athletic Center […]

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Dec 15th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Dallas College - El Centro campus

Dallas College will start working with consultants in 2022 to develop a strategic real estate and facilities plan and coordinate downtown developments while reviewing proposed bond projects that are slated for construction in the upcoming five to 10 years. After recently transitioning from seven separately accredited colleges under the Dallas County Community College District system […]

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Dec 6th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

Texas Woman’s University (TWU) will host a mandatory pre-submittal conference on December 8 for architectural and engineering services for an estimated $100 million health science center. The new facility on TWU’s Denton campus will be approximately 175,000 gross square feet. It is designed to allow the university to replace and consolidate aging and obsolete clinical […]

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Nov 30th 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
Bob and Betty Beyster Building

Michigan – A recent $25 million endowment boosted the University of Michigan’s plans for an estimated $145 million computer science and information addition to the Bob and Betty Beyster Building. Constructed in 2005, Beyster houses the College of Engineering’s Computer Science and Engineering Division (CSE). In order to address existing space constraints for CSE and the […]

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Nov 17th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) officials and Fort Worth city and business leaders are partnering to build a new downtown research campus to foster innovation and business development. Sharing a vision to create a collaborative between Fort Worth industries and research, education, and workforce training assets of the Texas A&M System, the partnership will benefit […]

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Nov 17th 2021 | Posted in Education, Healthcare by Government Contracting Pipeline

Oregon – The board of directors at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) approved $650 million in funding to expand OHSU Hospital on Marquam Hill to serve as a high-acuity trauma facility and regional referral center for patients. Work on the five-year project will begin in spring 2022, with completion expected in 2026 on the site […]

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Nov 11th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Rice University

Rice University launched a $2 billion capital campaign to fund several endeavors including the construction of new facilities. “Be Bold: The Campaign for Rice” opened with significant momentum, having already secured $1.2 billion in commitments that include the two largest gifts in the university’s history. The Moody Foundation has committed $100 million for the construction […]

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Nov 2nd 2021 | Posted in Education by Kristin Gordon
Texas Southern University

More than $3 billion in tuition revenue bonds will fully fund 47 capital projects at all state university systems, independent institutions, and state technical colleges with the governor’s signing of SB 52 on October 25. The Texas Legislature passed the bill with an emphasis on renovation, projects to replace inoperable buildings, and deferred maintenance and […]

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Oct 29th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Texas State music building rendering

Texas State University launched Next is Now, its largest fund-raising campaign in university history on October 8 that aims to raise $250 million to advance initiatives including new and renovated facilities. Aligned with the university’s strategic plan, campaign priorities include constructing a new music building and renovating the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment. […]

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Oct 19th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Texas State music building rendering

Texas State University launched Next is Now, its largest fund-raising campaign in university history on October 8 that aims to raise $250 million to advance initiatives including new and renovated facilities. Aligned with the university’s strategic plan, campaign priorities include constructing a new music building and renovating the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment. […]

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Sep 8th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) will host a pre-submittal conference at 3 p.m. September 7 for architectural and engineering services as it enters the design phase for a $49.5 million Cancer and Surgery Center. UTRGV has acquired property in McAllen that will serve as a multidisciplinary campus for expansion of the university’s […]

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Aug 12th 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
Blue Springs High School freshman wing

Missouri – Blue Springs School District plans to release bid packages in August for multiple school construction projects after voters passed its $107 million bond referendum on August 3. A freshman wing addition at Blue Springs High School (BSHS) is a major project that will receive bond funding with the success of the election. The […]

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Aug 5th 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
CTE centers

North Dakota – More than eight North Dakota cities will be vying for $70 million in state appropriations for construction of new career and technology education centers (CTEs). Grand Forks Public Schools is preparing to issue a request for proposals (RFP) soon for architectural services to draft blueprints for its center. Other municipalities expected to compete […]

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Jul 22nd 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
UW-Eau Claire Sonnetag rendering

Wisconsin – Plans for the $85.6 million Sonnentag Event Center and Field House gained a key approval from the board of regents of the University of Wisconsin (UW) System on July 9. Regents authorized UW-Eau Claire to lease space in the multipurpose facility on Menomonie Street on the Chippewa River shoreline. The proposed 170,500-square-foot off-campus facility […]

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Jul 22nd 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
OH - Cleveland Municipal School District groundbreaking

Ohio – Nine school construction projects are set to receive $242 million in state funding after the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC) approved local school district requests on July 8. These nine projects represent more than $450 million in public construction work. Cleveland Municipal School District (CMSD) is undertaking several construction projects that total an estimated […]

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Jul 9th 2021 | Posted in Education, Public-Private Partnerships (P3) by Government Contracting Pipeline

California – Looking toward future opportunities for public-private partnerships (P3s), California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) pushed back several dates for its request for qualifications (RFQ) The university will host a mandatory informational meeting at 2 p.m. local time July 27 via teleconference for potential P3 advisers. The revised deadline for receipt of qualifications is 2 […]

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Jul 6th 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline

Oregon – The Oregon Legislature approved SB 5505 on June 26 that will provide $2.25 billion in general obligation bonds for capital project funding, including $446 million for several construction and renovation projects at the state’s seven public universities. Oregon State University (OSU) will receive $86 million in bonding for the second and third phases of […]

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Jun 28th 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
Cape Henlopen Middle School rendering

Delaware – The Lewes City Council approved a site plan for the Cape Henlopen School District to build a $39.54 million three-story middle school with a 600-student capacity. Planned for 93,172 square feet and complemented with soccer, baseball, softball, and other sports fields, the new campus will be built at the site where the district is […]

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Jun 21st 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Lewisville ISD - TECC-E career camp

Lewisville ISD trustees authorized staff on June 14 to begin work on $64 million in bond projects from the district’s 2017 bond election. The district will begin the design process and bid package development with architects and solicit construction managers at risk for several projects including: The Colony High School Multi-Purpose Facility – $36.54 million. […]

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Jun 15th 2021 | Posted in Education, Water Projects by Government Contracting Pipeline
Mayfield High School

Kentucky – As part of the Better Kentucky Plan, the state will send $127 million to local school districts to fund construction and renovation projects and accept applications for $250 million in grants for clean water initiatives. The funds are part of the $1.3 billion that the state will direct to improving schools, expanding internet access, […]

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Jun 4th 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
Boston Public Schools rendering

Massachusetts – The Boston School Committee adopted a capital improvement plan (CIP) that is part of a 10-year, $1 billion BuildBPS initiative focused on new school construction and renovations in the Boston Public Schools district. District officials created the plan in 2018 to address aging facilities, many of which are more than 50 years old. The […]

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Mar 23rd 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

The U.S. Department of Education announced on March 17 that State Educational Agencies (SEAs) and school districts in Texas are set to receive a total of $12.41 billion from the $121.97 billion in federal aid allocated to education in the American Rescue Plan (ARP). Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funding in the ARP […]

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Mar 4th 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
The University of California Davis - California Tower

California – The University of California (UC) health system announced its $3.75 billion plan to rebuild UC Davis Medical Center to meet state seismic requirements. The preliminary plan calls for a new 16-story hospital building and five-story pavilion that would replace existing patient care facilities that must be demolished or decommissioned to meet state earthquake safety […]

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Feb 23rd 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
Library Learning Complex

South Carolina – Coastal Carolina University (CCU) recently received authorization from the state to build a $29.8 million Library Learning Complex next to the existing Kimbel Library, which will undergo $10 million in renovations. Tentative completion date for the Library Learning Complex is fall 2023, and Kimbel renovations are slated for completion in late 2024. […]

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Feb 23rd 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
Kenyon College apartments rendering

Ohio – A $100 million gift will contribute to Kenyon College’s plans to build three apartment-style residence halls on its South Campus. Each building will have a capacity of 100 students and be built to gold standards for sustainability. Construction is scheduled to begin following the conclusion of the academic year in spring of 2023. The […]

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